Madhur Anand’s poetry has appeared in literary magazines across North America and in the anthology The Shape of Content: Creative Writing in Mathematics and Science. She co-edited the anthology Regreen: New Canadian Ecological Poetry. Anand completed her Ph.D. in theoretical ecology at Western University and is currently a professor in the School of Environmental Sciences at the University of Guelph. She lives in Guelph with her husband and three young children.
Nicole Chin is the author of the House of Anansi Press Digital Short, “Shooting the Bitch”, which received the McIllquham Foundation Prize for best original short story. Nicole’s work has been published in Joyland Magazine, Pretty Owl Poetry, the Queen’s University Undergraduate Review, and the anthology Lake Effect 6. She has been long-listed for the House of Anansi Broken Social Scene Short Story Contest and was the recipient of the Helen Richards Campbell Memorial Award. She is currently working on a novel.
Sara Flemington is currently completing her MFA with the University of Guelph at Humber. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in The Humber Literary Review, The Feathertale Review, The Impressment Gang, and Five Quarterly, among others. Sara lives in Toronto.
Nadine Sander-Green has spent the past decade living throughout British Columbia and the Yukon. Her stories have appeared in various publications including Prairie Fire, carte blanche, and Big Truths. This year her work was shortlisted for the Event Non-Fiction Contest and nominated for the PEN International New Voices Award.
Doors at 7:30. Readings at 8:00. The Steady Cafe & Bar [1051 Bloor St. W.]